Fargo Film Festival
By Matt's Gallery on 31 January 2017
Current Ian McKeever, Against Architecture, Matt’s Gallery, private view 05 February 3 – 6pm, exhibition runs 09 February – 19 March 2017, Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 6pm For his fourth exhibition at Matt’s Gallery, Ian McKeever is exhibiting a selection from two recent series, Eagduru and Against Architecture (both 2012-13), which combine painting and […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 10 February 2013
All the latest news from Matt’s Gallery: Exhibitions at the gallery by Susan Hiller and Mike Nelson; and exhibitions internationally by Matt’s Gallery artists including Imogen Stidworthy, Benedict Drew, Hayley Newman and Robin Klassnik.
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